This interview was recorded on December 16, 2020 but was just edited and published now. There is not a word that is outdated however.
Here is the segment CBC posted back when it was not fully the voice of the COMINTERN and had some interests in the existence of Canada as a polity separate from communist China. A small part of this I edited into the Brad Johnson interview.
Below, China Uncensored video from December 28 2020 on Canada’s pro-China deep state (Anti-state is a much better word for it)
UPDATE: A careful look at who the speaker is, and who the organization is, will tell you how deeply the Canadian Government is in bed with the Communist Chinese
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(CNN)A package containing the poison ricin and addressed to President Donald Trump was intercepted by law enforcement earlier this week, according to two law enforcement officials.
Two tests were done to confirm the presence of ricin. All mail for the White House is sorted and screened at an offsite facility before reaching the White House.A US law enforcement official told CNN that investigators are looking into the possibility the ricin package sent to Trump came from Canada.Mary-Liz Power, chief spokeswoman for Canada’s Minister of Public Safety Bill Blair, said in a statement, “We are aware of the concerning reports of packages containing ricin directed toward US federal government sites. Canadian law enforcement is working closely with their US counterparts. As this is an active investigation we cannot comment further.”The FBI and Secret Service are investigating the matter.
This is what is needed in Canada. An area writes a real constitution from which real laws are derived, and they fight the ultra-vires assault on our liberty from there.
Rocco Galati recently discussed the upcoming lawsuit against members of the Canadian Government, the CBC, as well as the topic of mandatory masking. Galati is a constitutional lawyer in Ontario and has been practising law for 31 years, he began his career with the federal department of justice.
During a July 17 interview with Amanda Forbes he said he has filed a constitutional challenge in the Ontario Superior Court on behalf of his clients seeking declatory and injunctive relief against Covid19 measures.
Galati said that both the federal as well as provincial governments have “effectively dispensed with parliament and are ruling by royal decree as it were which is unconstitutional.” He is especially concerned about Ontario’s Bill 195 in which the government can implement executive orders on an ongoing basis with the extension of emergency measures possible for years to come. Galati said this is “unheard of.”
I followed these directions and got the desired result. The Covid app, which seems to have downloaded itself and installed itself on my phone without my knowledge or consent, was gone after following these directions exactly.
Last year, we did a post on how to disable the Government abuse of your phone in Canada, by getting rid of the Presidential level Alerts that all Canadians have to put up with.
Shortly after that, we noticed that the government didn’t blast us out of bed for Amber Alerts from someone 400 miles away anymore in the middle of the night.
Fighting back helps.
First, the thesis:
Troubled Regis Korchinski-Paquet plunged to her death while trying to vault to a neighbouring balcony at her High Park highrise on Wednesday, sources tell the Toronto Sun.
An independent witness claims the 29-year-old was alone on the balcony before her deadly fall — a statement that contradicts the accusation made in the aftermath by a relative who claimed police officers “threw my cousin off the building.”
The harrowing allegation sparked outrage among family and community members, prompting Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders to call for calm Friday in advance of planned protests while describing social media chatter about the tragic death as “toxic misinformation” and “lies.”
While indicating Friday he has “a lot” he’d like to say but can’t because the province’s Special Investigations Unit invoked its mandate, Saunders still pushed the line more than past chiefs explaining the service’s inability to comment has “created” a vacuum that people have filled with inaccurate information.
Now, the leftist counter-thesis:
Thousands of people held a rally in Toronto Saturday afternoon in response to the death of 29-year-old Regis Korchinski-Paquet.
The protest, shared on social media under the hashtag #JusticeForRegis and organized by the group Not Another Black Life, began around 2 p.m. at Christie Pits park near Bloor Street West and Christie Street. The march was scheduled to culminate at Queen’s Park, but protesters instead made their way to Toronto Police Headquarters.
The rally was a response to Korchinski-Paquet’s death, as well as the wider issue of anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism.
“The violence we are experiencing globally is not OK and will never be OK,” one protester said. […]
Sources claim officers responded to an assault call around 5:15 p.m. on the 29th floor of the apartment building on High Park Ave., north of Bloor St. W., involving Korchinski-Paquet as the aggressor in a dispute with a sibling.
One senior officer and several junior cops brought Korchinski-Paquet and her sibling into the apartment hallway to defuse the dispute over the use of the TV.
Korchinski-Paquet asked the officers if she could re-enter the apartment to use the washroom. The officers agreed but wouldn’t allow the brother back into the apartment in order to prevent the conflict from restarting.
Instead of going to the bathroom, the woman rushed to the balcony, sources allege, claiming Korchinski-Paquet then prevented officers from accessing the balcony. […]
“It appears she slipped while trying to scale one balcony to another,” a police source said. “She was trying to get away.”
And the solution:
CBC reframes the entire thing to be about racist police without directly lying about it all, but worse, lying by omission to allow people to believe she died because of racist police action when in fact the police were called to her apartment because she was fighting with her brother over the TV, and then lied to police to go inside and then locked the police out of the balcony and then fell, unnecessarily escaping by leaping to another balcony.
And there you have it. Marxist thesis, counter thesis, solution. And Western Civilization falls a few inches closer to extinction. The final solution.
Jean-Serge Brisson, Former leader of the Libertarian Party of Canada speaks to the nature of the Lockdown and what it means for Canadians in the future.
Canadian researchers are joining the effort to develop a Chinese vaccine against the deadly coronavirus, with plans to begin human trials in Canada of a potential defence against COVID-19 that employs genetic technology from the National Research Council.
The trials will bring to Canadian soil Ad5-nCoV, a vaccine candidate under joint development by a Chinese company and the country’s military. Backed by a state that has urgently sought a vaccine of global importance, Ad5-nCoV has been among the most rapidly developed of numerous candidates around the world.
Now the NRC has struck an agreement to support its development in Canada by manufacturing doses that can be administered in human tests and for emergency pandemic use.
If the tests succeed, the vaccine candidate could seek Health Canada’s approval for emergency use as early as this fall, Mr. Szumski said. It is already undergoing concurrent first- and second-phase human trials in China.
(Article continues at some length at the G&M. Bottom line, Canada testing RNA virus vaccine developed by the Chinese military.)
People who can pay rent must pay rent. Tenants made a deal with the landlord. The latter would provide the tenant with a place to live and whatever comes with it, heat when its cold, power, water and so on.
The following flyer was found in a dog park in Vancouver Canada:
At the time they make the deal, tenants agree to pay an amount they felt was fair for what they get. If they choose not to pay it now out of some kind of misguided spite, or more likely, opportunism disguised as communist ‘altruism’, it just means they are selfish bastards with no character whatsoever, and no one should ever trust a word they say again.
People will keep records. And anyone who chooses not to pay when they can pay, might find it difficult in the future to hold any kind of position of trust, rent an apartment, float a loan, get a mortgage or even a credit card.
I hope people think before they refuse to pay rent. This crisis will end. Governments will allow evictions again. Leases might be harder to come by than they think, if it’s known that they didn’t pay rent when they could have.
People who truly cannot pay rent because of Covid-19, or more accurately, due to government measures to combat Covid-19, can get support from the government and make arrangements with landlords. It will be known who they are. And they should not be punished for the policies of the government.
But for those who can pay rent, think for a few minutes about what your landlord will have to do if he can’t make his mortgage, property taxes, utilities, water power, repairs and so on. Do you want to live in buildings like the gang in A Clockwork Orange? Because that is what you will get if this thing lasts a few months and you don’t pay rent. A slum.
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Thanks for the once-over Gates of Vienna